Win an Owen Taylor and Sons meat hamper

Owen Taylor and Sons has been supplying fine meats to restaurants and the public for almost a century, since its launch in 1922.

The majority of the Leabrooks butcher’s beef, pork and lamb is sourced from farms in Derbyshire and neighbouring counties.

And the quality shows, with the firm winning a glut of awards, including Britain’s Best Sausage at this year’s coveted Meat Management Awards.

This competition, as with those in previous winter issues of Taste the Seasons, is sure to be popular – so we have two draws, one before Christmas and one in the new year.

The first prize is a hamper worth £70, containing a 2kg boneless turkey joint, a 1.5kg beef joint, a 1.8kg gammon joint, a 1.8kg boneless pork joint, a 1.1kg tray of sausages, 500g of sausagemeat, 15 pigs in blankets, a traditional pork pie and a huntsman pork pie.

The runners-up prize is worth £50 and includes all of the above except the beef joint and the huntsman pork pie.

A third winner will take home a £25 Meat of the Week pack containing two gammon steaks, eight pork sausages, 1lb of mince, 1lb of stewing steak, two chicken fillets (or four chicken legs), a large steak or minced beef pie and a pork joint or whole chicken.

And the fourth prize is a £10 Mid-Week Meat Pack worth £10. This contains four chicken fillets, 500g of minced beef and eight pork sausages.

To enter our competition, just answer the following question: which title did the firm win at the 2018 Meat Management Awards?

The closing date for the hampers competition is December 10 and that for the meat packs February 4.

Please press the Submit button only once – and note that our competitions are for readers of Taste the Seasons only. Entries submitted via competition websites and forums will NOT be accepted.

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